PHOTO GALLERY, DASSEL, COKATO, MN — DC staff traveled through the decades in their 2019 edition of faculty follies. All proceeds supported student scholarships. Click here to see photos from the evening. Select images will appear in the March 22 edition of the Enterprise Dispatch.
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DASSEL, COKATO, MN – Due to the predicted weather conditions, the 2019 Minneapolis Percussion & Winds Regional show, scheduled for Saturday, March 9 at Dassel-Cokato High School, has been cancelled.
Music director Brian Veith shared, “Thanks everyone for your support and understanding. Stay tuned for another way to see and support DC Drumline in upcoming weeks!”
WINSTED, MN –
Absent: Nick Meuleners, Elizabeth Mochinski, Mark Narum
Lunch for Today: Chicken Strips, Green Beans, Dinner Roll, Fruit, Milk
Lunch Servers for the week: Alli Pokornowski and Travis Milhausen
Normal Shuttle will run today
3:15 – JHBB practice at HT
JHGB practice at LP
4:45 – GBB practice at LP
6:30 – BBB practice at LP
Students in grades 9-12 need to get their permission slips for the ProLife Rally turned in by this Thursday, Jan. 17.
Students looking for service hours can sign up to help with games at the Family Fun Fest on Saturday, Jan. 26th. Sign up by Ms. Jones’ room if you want to help.
LESTER PRAIRIE, MN –
Today’s Menu: Turkey in Gravy or Hamburger in Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Lettuce Salad, Fruit, Milk
Monday’s Menu: Corndog or Chicken Tenders with Bread, Steamed Broccoli, Cooked Carrots, Peaches, Milk
All FTC Team 15264 members to meet in Mr. Teut’s room during homeroom.
Congratulations to the Snofest candidates:
7th grade: Connor Meyer, Trever Schauer, Owen Zebell
Averey Heimerl, Allison Knoll, Megan Tonn
12th grade: Parker Bayerl, Marcus Feltmann, Logan Groff
Erynn Amundson, Lauren Trittabaugh, Hannah Wisch
MC’s: Trevor Schuette, Angela Binder
Lip Sync/Talent contest Registration forms are due Wednesday January, 16. If we do not have AT LEAST 5 acts, it will be cancelled.
The Snofest activity forms and money are due in the office by Thursday, Jan. 24.
The next free lunch for junior and senior high school students will be on Wed., Jan. 16 at City Hall sponsored by the Lions Club.
10th grade decorating committee: We will be meeting for a half hour on the following dates: January 14th @ 3:00 pm, January 17th @ 7:30 am, January 21st @ 3:00 pm, and January 23rd at 7:30 am, in Mrs. Scoblic’s room. Thank you!
FPSers: Remember to return your pizza order form TODAY, even if you are not going to get pizza!
The school will be selling old sports uniforms at the 1/12/18 Girls’ and Boys’ basketball games. They uniforms sill be sold for around $1.00 each so come and purchase one or more.
The following Juniors need to pay their class dues ASAP in order to participate in Snofest activities and future activities. Please hand in your receipt to Ashley Forcier or Shelbea Schuette or give it to one of you advisors. Please see you advisors if you have any questions.
Local K of C to Sponsor Youth Free Throw Competition
All boys and girls ages 9 to 14 are invited to participate in the local level of competition for the 2019 Knights of Columbus Free Throw Competition. The local competition will be held Sunday January 20th at 12:30. Sign up starts at 12:00 at the Winsted Holy Trinity High School Gym.
All contestants on the local level are recognized for their participation in the event. Participants are required to furnish proof of age and written parental consent. For entry forms or additional information contact Mike Bjork (612) 245-0011.
There will be open gym from noon-2 at LP on Sundays.
Friday, January 18th is the end of the second quarter and students will be dismissed at 11:30 that day.
Elementary students will eat lunch at school and high school students will not have lunch at school that day.
The following students need to pay $15 and pick up their State Football patches that they ordered. -Mr. Scoblic
Michael Ziermann, Nathaniel Hausladen, Donovan Harrison, Cody Roush, Andrew Mendoza, Ozzie Lopez, Devon Peterson, Jack Niesen, Bryce Lamp, Jason Zimprich, Brian Vega, Adrain Montano, Trevor Schuette.
The Polka Lovers Klub of America would like to invite all Juniors and Seniors to the Pla-Mor Ballroom in Glencoe on Jan. 13 from 1-5 pm for an afternoon of music and dancing. There’s no admission charge for you.
Prairie Archers Youth Archery League starts Saturday, January 12th and Sunday, January 13th and runs for 12 weeks with the cost of $30. Youth must be 7-18 years old and have their own archery equipment. If you would like or need some archery instruction, there will be a 3-night intro session prior to the start of the league to get youth up and running. These sessions will be on January 8, 10 and 11. For more information please contact Bill Bull at 952-594-2374 and check the site at www.Prairiearchers.org
The weight room will be open on Wednesdays from 5:30-6:30 pm, check the activity schedule for any cancellations.
K-6 Homework Help will be Monday’s from 3:00-5:00 in Mrs. Smith Kindergarten Room.
7-12 Homework Help is on Wednesday’s from 3:00-5:00 in Ms. Jenn Smith’s room.
PHOTO GALLERY – The Dassel-Cokato Performing Arts Center was transformed into an old-fashioned, festive and fun celebration of Christmas Sunday evening. The event featured musical small group performances, vignettes from ‘A Christmas Carol’ by The FungusAmongus Players, and dancers. A full turkey dinner was served to guests, who were then ushered into the auditorium for the Festival Concert, which featured many of the school’s musical groups, and the induction ceremony of Don Anderson and David Metcalf into the DC Arts Hall of Fame.
Click the link below to see a few scenes from the evening.
See the December 21 issue of Enterprise Dispatch for additional information and photos.
DASSEL, COKATO, MN – Superintendent Jeff Powers. during the Nov. 26 Dassel-Cokato School Board meeting, reported that the safety administration committee met with Department of Homeland Security (DHS) specialists to review safety issues for the high school and middle school. The meeting was facilitated by Alisa Johnson, middle school principal.
Overall, the schools received good ratings. Some of the suggestions made by DHS would be to implement the following:
• Blue strobe lights or other exterior indicators to signal that a lockdown has been activated. This signal would be visible from outside of the building.
• Reunification practice for evacuation. This was done several years ago, but it is likely or possible that staff leaders at the school and personnel in fire and rescue may have changed.
• Consider installing more keyless entries to reduce the number of doors left unlocked for convenience. This could entail more hands-on escorting of student groups than the current patterns.